Quilting Across the Curriculum/Jackson Hole High School
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Images of Students or their Work (typical).
Textile Arts students worked with elementary classes,
building on a model Ms. Stordahl had established in
a project the previous year.
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Drawing board: the impetus for the project
The idea for Quilting Across the Curriculum came about in 1995 when a group of 3rd grade students participating in a district-wide project on the Environment made a paper quilt. That quilt was so successful that Meggan Stordahl thought quilting was a good format for a second district-wide project. In launching Quilting Across the Curriculum, Ms. Stordahl took advantage of three complementary circumstances: The plan was to work with her Textile Arts students to create a K-12 quilting project and then hold workshops to teach teachers how to use quilts to explore a topic or theme from their existing curriculum.

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Project Based Learning